Typical Extraordinary Circumstances are:
Student illness, medical condition or accident that prevents the student from successfully completing the course.
Acceptable documentation must include a physician's statement on letterhead indicating that the student's condition will prevent the student from completing the course(s).
Death in the student's immediate family (Defined as: parent, legal guardian, spouse, child)
Documentation must include official death certificate or announcement and documentation showing the relationship to the student.
Involuntary Military activation (activated within the same semester)
Documentation must include military activation papers with date of activation.
Other emergency situation(s) that prevents the student from completing the course.
Acceptable documentation includes: Legal or medical documents and dated statements on official letterhead from an attorney, physician, counselor or Daytona State administrator or faculty member that documents the extraordinary circumstances and explains why the student could not complete the course.